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Virtual Space

An ongoing interactive space featuring web-based projects, virtual reality VR and digital installations. Open to the public all Festival long!

Come and explore this exciting gallery of virtual projects during the day and in-between films.

Virtual Reality Projects:

Black Lives Matter Minneapolis - A series videos of Black Lives Matter peaceful protests in Minniapolis surrounding the death of Philando Castile. Philando was fatally shot by police on July 6, 2016. 360 degree VR

Growing Up Girl - 10-year-old Monica wakes up early in her rural Kenyan village, walks miles to collect water for her family, then walks miles more to go to school every day. 360 degree VR

Toxic Tour - traces oils devastating legacy in northern Ecuador to map out what could happen to the rest of the countrys Amazonian reserves if oil companies begin drilling there. 360 degree VR

The Taste of The Name - Viewers are suspended in a virtual world of sky and water, captive to a catalogue of descriptions of 'blue' a paint colour, an aquarium, a shadow and an impossible attempt to define them all. Installation, VR

Interactive Installations:

Poetry for Excitable [Mobile] Media - A series of touch-sensitive interactive poems about language, home and identity. Interactive Mobile App

Universe Within - An interactive documentary that takes us into the apartments, hearts, minds and computers of vertical citizens around the world to reveal the digital human condition in the 21st century. Interactive Documentary

For more information on the projects in the Virtual Space visit:

http://regentparkfilmfestival.com/program/virtual-space/

co-presented with RYOT Visual and Trinity Square Video

14th Annual Regent Park Film Festival

Free Admission & Free Childcare

Daniels Spectrum is an acessible venue. There is barrier-free access to the building via the Dundas Street entrance. Signage throughout the building in braille. All washrooms and drinking fountains are accessible.

If you have any accessibility concerns, please contact us at info@regentparkfilmfestival.com, or 416 599 7733, for further information about support.


Virtual Space

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